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Publisher's Summary

The first book in Myke Cole's The Sacred Throne Trilogy, blending epic fantasy with powered armor for fans of the Stormlight Archive
Myke Cole, author of the beloved military fantasy Shadow Ops series, debuts a new epic fantasy trilogy with The Armored Saint, a tale of religious tyrants, arcane war machines, and underground resistance that will enthrall epic fantasy fans of all ages.
After witnessing a horrendous slaughter, young Heloise opposes the Order and risks bringing their wrath down on herself, her family, and her village. She must confront the true risk that wizards pose to the world and weigh the safety of her people against justice.
©2018 Myke Cole (P)2018 Recorded Books
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3 out of 5 stars
By Anonymous User on 03-26-18

Written well, but uninteresting

This story is not what I expected. from the image, title and description, I was expecting more armor and less teenage antics and coming to terms with sexuality. The titular armor is fairly interesting, but really is only introduced halfway through and only plays a part in the second to last chapter. The primary faith appears to be ripped wholly out of Warhammer as well, with very few changes to avoid copyright issues.
It isn't a bad story, just not what it was advertised to be. I would recommend it if you enjoy a coming of age tale with a fairly standard patriarchal religion with your standard repressed sexuality and caste system.
The narrator did a fine job though, she is no Steven Pacey or Luke Daniels but she got the job done.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Casey on 03-15-18

great first step

This is a great introduction to world that I want to know so much more about. looking forward to learning more about the world of Heloise and the Emperor in the next book. Kudos to Myke and highly recommended.

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